We are a VomitCore Metal band formed in the year 1999. We portray pure hatred, in the form of music. Listen to us and you'll truely want to say "Bend Over World!" The five members of the band are Brian, the Vomit Screamer, Nathan, the Arranger/Destructor, Aaron, the Uncalled for Noise Maker, Craig Moves/Breaks Shit, and Christy is the Bitch Master. We all are from various places and backgrounds. Topic: MaiZe
Maize shelling or simply maize threshing is the most important aspect of post-harvest operation of maize. It involves detaching of the maize grain from its cobs. Now a days, few motorized, tractor/ power tiller operated machines have come into the market but the prices of these machines are not affordable to the peasant farmers. Some hand operated maize shellers have been developed but they shell only one cob at a time and have limitations to use it continuously for a longer period of time.... Topics: Maize, Corn, Pedal Operated Maize Sheller, Machine Capacity & Shelling Efficiency
A VST Made with Maize Sampler, Based off of Minimoog V Preset that Joel of Synthematic designed. Topics: VST, VST Plugin, Free, Maize, Maize Plugin, Maize VST, Maize VST Plugin, Minimoog, AU, VST, Mac,...
—Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites produced by molds, produced by the organism under certain stress conditions, such as drough and high temperatures in field, or high humidity levels in storage facilities. It is well known that their presence may result in hazardous implications in the humans and animals health. The aim of this study was to analyze the presence of mycotoxigenic moulds in cereals harvested in Albania. Microbiological evaluation was accomplished in different media for... Topics: Albania, Maize, Toxigenic molds, Wheat.
A field experiment was carried out at the demonstration block of Krishi Vigyan Kendra (Porba) under Phek district, Nagaland during the kharif season of 2011 and 2012. The treatments consisted of sole crops of maize and cowpea along with intercropping of maize with cowpea in 1:1, 2:1, and 3:1 row proportions. Altogether twenty treatments were arranged in randomized block design with three replications. Higher values of fresh forage yield and dry matter yield was recorded in sole treatments.... Topics: Maize, Cowpea, Intercrop, Quality Attributes
Abstract - An experiment was conducted to determine the effect of tillage practices on moisture retention and maize performance under rainfed conditions in Swaziland. The five treatments were based on structure of seedbed and seed planting method. They were ; zero tillage where jab planter was used to directly seed (JAB), tractor drawn planter to directly seed without ploughing (TDSS), tractor drawn cultivator to loosen soil followed by planting with tractor planter (TDRDS), planting basics... Topics: Germination, maize, moisture, tillage, yields.
The study assessed the effects of irrigation system on maize production in the study area. Multistage sampling was used to select the respondents for this study. The data for this research work was collected through administration of a wellstructured questionnaire. Descriptive statistic was used to describe the socio economic characteristics of the respondents while multiple regression analysis was used to test the hypothesis for the study. The mean age was 52 years, most of them were married,... Topics: Assessment, Effects, Irrigation, Maize, Production
In order to determine the effects of maize ( Zea mays L.) and cowpea ( Vignasinensis ) intercropping on weed controls on farm trials were conducted at farmer’s field in Jalandhar district of Punjab during 2011 and 2012 at four locations in kharif season. The experiment was laid out in a randomized block design with three replications comprising of five treatments, including Atrazine@ 2.0 Kg /ha, maize intercropped with cowpea (2:1) used as fodder 30 DAS, Maize intercropped with Cowpea... Topics: Maize, Intercropping, Cowpea, Mulch, Weeds
Sorghum downy mildew, considered as the top priority biotic constraint limiting maize productivity is caused by Peronosclerospora sorghi . UMI 79 (sorghum downy mildew susceptible) population was screened for sorghum downy mildew in sick plot condition and UMI 936(w) (sorghum downy mildew resistant) population was kept as control . Metrological observations viz., minimum- maximum temperature ( 0 C), relative humidity (%) and rainfall (mm) were recorded during each week. Plants were observed for... Topics: Maize, Sorghum Downy Mildew, Climate
An investigation was conducted to asses the standard heterosis with respect to grain yield and its attributing traits in maize at Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding, University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK Bangalore and Zonal Agricultural research station, VC farm Mandya during 2012-2013. The 40 crosses from crossing 20 lines and 2 testers in L × T mating design were evaluated with parents and two checks namely NAH 1137 and Shaktiman-3. The crosses MAI QPM -28 x MAI 155, MAI QPM-34 x... Topic: Heterosis and QPM (Quality Protein Maize)
Kellee Maize is considered one of the best female rappers in the industry. Follow her on Twitter at http://twitter.com/kelleemaize - she is Verified and has over 130K followers! "My mom always said, I "was dancing and singing before she could walk and talk". I began to rap and perform at a young age to entertain myself and escape reality. My childhood best friend helped me form my first rap group called Thunder and Lightning at age 9. We mostly just argued about who... Topics: hip hop, Kellee Maize, Jamendo, pop
In Ghana, low yields of 1.7 t ha-1 has been reported .This prominent difference in grain yields has been attributed partially to the use of open pollinated varieties (OPVs), shortage of high yielding varieties, biotic and abiotic stresses. Thus, the present study was designed to estimate the magnitude of heterosis of the single crosses over checks for yield and yield-contributing characters. A line x tester mating design involving sixteen white maize inbred lines as females and two testers as... Topics: Heterosis, Line x Tester, Maize, Yield
During storage, maize grains are severely destroyed by insects and other pests. One of the most important causes of grain loss in stored maize is the damage caused by Angoumois grain moth, Sitotroga cereallela (Olivier). A study was conducted to evaluate the effect of carbon dioxide treatment against Angoumois grain moth Sitotroga cerealella (Olivier) in maize at Seed Research and Technology Centre (S.R.T.C), Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, Telangana during February 2015 to September 2015. The effect... Topics: Carbon Dioxide, Concentrations, Infestation, Maize, Exposure
Dr. Kelley looks at the ready dismissal of many very valid forms of evidence. One of the main issues is that no scholar can be conversant in such a large variety and in two different areas. Among material that should be considered as hard evidence is tobacco of Mexican origins found among the material used to mummify Ramses II in Egypt. Topics: maize, tobacco, trans-Atlantic contact, Egypt
Sorghum downy mildew caused by Peronosclerospora sorghi is considered as the top priority biotic constraint limiting maize productivity. The cost concerns and the emerging problem of buildup of chemical resistance in the pathogen point to the use of resistant varieties as a cost-effective and environmentally safe alternative for managing the disease. In any breeding program for disease resistance, the first step is to screen all available materials against disease pathogen. A sound screening... Topics: Maize, Sorghum Downy Mildew, Backcross, Phenotyping, Resistant
BC 3 F 2 population of maize derived from cross between UMI 79 and UMI 936(w) and repeated backcrossing with UMI 79 was used in the study for variability parameters, genetic advance and heritability. The data on days to tasseling, days to silking, days to maturity, plant height, cob length, cob diameter, number of rows per cob, number of grains per row, cob weight, shelling %, hundred grain weight and grain yield per plant for BC 3 F 2 plants were recorded. The plants recorded moderate... Topics: Maize, Variability Parameters, Genetic Advance, Heritability
Plants have been the sources of macro- and microelements from time immemorial. The search for such variant maize having the sources of provitamin from Manipur and Tripurahad been the core focus of the present work. A total of 42 cultivars of maize from different parts of Manipur and 4 cultivars from Tripura were collected and genomic DNAs were harvested from tender leaves. The template DNAs were exposed to the primers specific tocrtRB13′ TE gene. The starting from favourable allele 1... Topics: Manipur, Maize, CrtRB1 Gene, Cultivars, Polymorphisms
The study was conducted to rank Napier, jumbo, maize and rice straw on the basis of their yield, production cost, nutritional value and productivity of native growing bulls. Thirty native bulls (Bos indicus) of 135 (+28/-28) kg live weight (LW) were randomly allocated to five treatments in a completely randomized design and fed silage of maize (Zea mays; Hybrid, PG-1000), jumbo (Sorghum bicolor; Hybrid Sugar graze), Napier (Pennisetum perpureum; hybrid) and urea molasses straw of whole straw... Topics: Feed efficiency, jumbo, maize, Napier, UMS.
Popped Secret: The Mysterious Origin of Corn tells the story of the genetic changes involved in the transformation of a wild grass called teosinte into corn. Evidence from genetics supports archeological findings pinpointing corn’s origins to a very particular time and place in Mexico. Use this video to see how a small number of genetic changes can have a dramatic effect on an organism. Topics: Corn, Maize, Crops, Farm, Cob, Kernel, Teosinte
A study was conducted to examine fodder yield and silage quality of maize (Zea mays L.) and climbing bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) intercropping with different planting structure. Maize was cultivated alone and intercropped with climbing bean as follows;1 row maize to 1 row climbing bean (1M1K), 1 row maize to 2 rows climbing bean (1M2K) and 2 rows maize to 1 row climbing bean (2M1K). The experiment was laid out in randomized complete block design with four treatments and three replications. The... Topics: Intercropping, Maize, Climbing bean, Fodder, Silage quality.
The main aim of this study was to assess the soils of Bogur microwatershed in Northern Transition Zone of Karnataka for sustainable production of maize and paddy. Seven land qualities including water availability index (W), oxygen availability (O), nutrient availability index (NAI), water retention (I), rooting conditions (R), excess of salts (Sa) and topography (T) were selected and their suitability evaluated. Four soils series: Singhanhalli, Bogur, Mugli and Venkatapur and seventeen soil... Topics: Land suitability, maize, paddy, GIS, India, Denis.
Synchronizing the production function, a study was chalked out with the hypothesis to quantify the effects of various tillage practices and rates of wheat straw on the productivity of maize crop in existing arid environmental conditions. It has been amazingly found that tillage practices caused appreciable increase in plant height, biological yield, thousand grain weight and grain production compared to zero tillage practices. The hydraulic conductivity increased, while bulk density decreased... Topics: Tillage Operation, Productivity, Mulching, Maize and Environment
A field experiment was conducted during kharif season of 2008 and 2009 in the experimental farm of School of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development, Nagaland University, Medziphema Campus, Nagaland to evaluate the different levels of NPK fertilizer management in maize + groundnut intercropping system. The experiment was laid out in split plot design with three replications. The treatments comprised of F1-Control (No NPK) F2-, 100% NPK to maize and intercrop, F3-100% NPK to maize,F4- 100%... Topics: Maize, Groundnut, Intercrop, Nutrient Management, Yield
Downy mildews, caused by several species in the genera Peronosclerospora and Scleropthora, represent a destructive systemic disease of major economic importance to maize. Sorghum downy mildew caused by Peronosclerospora sorghi is considered as the most important biotic constraint limiting maize productivity. Cost concerns and the emerging problem of chemical resistance buildup in the pathogen point to the use of resistant varieties as a cost-effective and environmentally safe alternative for... Topics: Maize, Sorghum Downy Mildew, Backcross, Genotyping, Molecular Characterization, Resistant
The paper attempts to analysis problems and prospects of maize crop in eastern zone of Bihar. Average proportion of male and female in sample households were found to be nearly 52.5 percent and 47.5 percent respectively. Average productivity level across major crops indicated that productivity of maize was comparatively higher in Khagaria than that of Bhagalpur district. Fellow farmers were major source of information to sample farmers followed by friends and relatives. Result shows that total... Topics: Maize, Returns, Cost of Cultivation, B: C Ratio and Constraints
A field experiment was conducted at Agricultural College Farm, Bapatla on sandy clay loam soil during the -1 -1 kharif 2014 to study the effect of pre-emergence (Atrazine @ 1.0 kg a.i ha and pendimethalin @ 1.0 kg a.i ha ) and -1 post-emergence (Topramezone @ 25 g a.i ha ) herbicides on growth and yield of maize. Hand weeding at 20 and 40 DAS recorded the highest plant height, drymatter accumulation, kernel yield and harvest index, which was statistically -1 -1 -1 on a par with atrazine @ 1.0... Topics: Maize, Pre and Post-Emergence Herbicides, Yield, Economics
Programa de la emisora Todo Radio de Gran Canaria (España) dedicado a la música libre. Edición del 19 de septiembre de 2013, con un monográfico sobre la rapera Kellee Maize. Más información y lista de canciones en http://intangible23.blogspot.com.es/2013/09/programa-558.html Topics: hip-hop, female rapper, Kellee Maize, radio, Intangible 23
Salinity is one of the major abiotic stresses affecting plant growth and development as salinization of cultivated land is increasing globally due to saline water irrigation. There is a considerable variation in salinity tolerance of maize genotypes hence selection of tolerant maize hybrids to saline water irrigation is of great significance in utilising poor quality water for irrigation. The present study was conducted to identify the tolerance of maize hybrids for saline water irrigation... Topics: Saline Water, Maize Hybrids, Growth Attributes & Stress Tolerance Indices
A half diallel set of crosses involved eight yellow maize inbred lines were evaluated in normal and artificial infection by late wilt environments at the Agricultural Research and Experiment Center, Faculty of Agriculture, Benha University, Egypt. To estimate combining ability, improve productivity of maize and resistant to late wilt in Egypt. Mean squares of environments, genotypes and its fractions as well as general and specific combining abilities (GCA and SCA) reached the significance... Topics: Combining Ability, Diallel Analysis, Yellow Maize, Resistant to Late Wilt
I made it to episode 75! Joining me on today's podcast is special guest Mike Mersereau, who hosts the CKCU program Audio Sensory Resuscitation (currently on hiatus...will be back soon!). Mike secured an interview with the one and only Kellee Maize! Hopefully that doesn't ruin the surprise of the show for you. Also in this podcast, the latest track from Kellee's new album, an awesome cover, and some funky technical issues in the first half. Enjoy! Download from Archive.org | Listen on Stitcher |... Topics: podcast, free music, pop, rock, hip hop, kellee Maize
This is the sixth track from Kellee Maize's sophmore album Aligned Archetype. Learn more about the album at kelleemaize.com favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: aligned archetype, kellee maize, b-more club, hip-hop, electronic